It is now mandatory, according to the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) for all candidates sitting for its examinations to adopt what it calls Computer Based Test or CBT.
Majority of Nigerians were shocked and demoralized at the same time to see the acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Ibrahim Magu being humiliated and out rightly rejected by the powerful Senators of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
I was raised in an environment where everyone is defined according to the impacts he or she made in the society.
The beginning of Issa Hayatou’s reign 29 years ago culminated in the first focus of African football to the Francophone end of the spectrum of Africa and for 29 years Africa had to play the tune that the Francophone-led board had to deliver.
It is now clearly obvious that the recent showdown transpired between Senators and the acting chairman of EFCC, Ibrahim Magu over the alleged lacking integrity test which prompted the upper chamber to disqualified him to be the substantive chairman of the anti-graft commission, This development has clearly shown to Nigerians that most of the Senators are bunch of charlatans, who are apprehensive with uncertainty of what might be the eventual outcome if Magu is confirm to substantive status from his present post of acting capacity.
Success is not achieved in one day; it’s a long time plan which is done with involvement of others, for no man is an island.
The European Union EU, and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization NATO, countries have spoken openly of their concerns that the Turkish President Mr Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is leading his country down an increasingly authoritarian path and has used the failed coup attempt against him last July as an excuse to stifle dissent.